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Plan to ‘take out’ Pak nukes

According to a Times of India (21 Oct.) report from Washington, beyond the immediate objective of decimating Osama Bin Laden and his al-Qaida and toppling the Taliban regime in Afghanistan, the US has some long-term collateral targets in the region: Pakistan's nukes and spooks.

While the bombing campaign against the Taliban is making headlines, the Bush administration is quietly moving behind the scenes to try and ensure it has some kind of handle on Pakistan's nuclear assets. Informed sources say Pakistan has rejected Washington's offer --made over the last month --of enhancing the safety and security measures of its nuclear force, believing it will constitute an intrusive inspection of its weapons program.

Proliferation experts within and outside the administration are increasingly invoking the nightmare scenario of the nuclear weapons falling into the hands of a fundamentalist jehadi regime that could overthrow the Musharraf rule.

Some experts are now pushing for a back-up plan that includes deployment of US forces to remove Pakistan's nuclear weapons should a jehadi regime take over.

The Washington Post reported same day that India might take advantage of the current chaos to knock out Pakistan nuclear installations. It is believed that the tension on the borders and the general’s ‘lay off’ warning point in this direction. However, analysts believe that any such folly on part of India will open the wounds of 1971 when Delhi helped dismember Pakistan. ISI’s activities in Punjab and Jammu & Kashmir are believed to be in revenge of that act.
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